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Gloucester Place Hotel London

Gloucester Place Hotel London
Gloucester Place Hotel London Gloucester Place Hotel London is situated in London and is close to local landmarks, such as Oxford Street, Edgware Road and the Marble Arch. It offers 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms. This modern hotel provides luggage storage, a 24-hour reception and a concierge. Wi-Fi is also available. Every modern room at Gloucester Place features a refrigerator and all the necessities for a comfortable stay. All offer tea and coffee making facilities, a flat-screen TV and ironing facilities. Guests staying at Gloucester Place Hotel can sit down to a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, ideally based for those who want to stay close for a meal. A buffet breakfast is available daily in the dining room. A wide choice of cafés and restaurants can also be found in the surrounding area. Located a 10-minute walk from Marble Arch Tube Station, Gloucester Place Hotel London has friendly staff to provide useful tips on what to see and do in London. Guests can also visit the Madame Tussauds and Selfridges.   ....read more

Make Your Money Go Further In London

Make Your Money Go Further In London
Make Your Money Go Further In London London is one of the coolest city on earth, according to a big crowd of fans of the city all over the world, and there is quite some truth in that. The city on the Thames has a great lot of things to do. You can spend several weeks in the city, doing something different every day. If you need a Cheap London hotels it doesn’t have to be a dive hotel in a seedy area. All too often travelers think that if they are seeking cheap London hotels that they will need to sacrifice quality and safety for price. The reality is, however, that if you have the right travel professionals assisting you, you will find cheap London hotels that are clean, safe and enjoyable. You are able to choose if you want to stay at cheap London hotels that will turn a great day into a nightmare in a hurry, or you can stay at moderate London hotels at cheap London hotels rates in order to keep your day on the same great tone. The choice is very obvious. In the London Area there are great sites to see for the entire family, as well as many things to enjoy. Shopping in London is legendary, so staying at cheap London hotels can help you save some money for a shopping spree before you leave. You will also find that there are great restaurants with cuisines from all over the world, like Indian food, Italian food and British food, and many many others. By staying in cheap London hotels you are able to do more, see more and enjoy more. Most of the hotel accommodation in this bracket is termed ‘bed and breakfast’ hotels. This can be misleading to the unaware. No it’s not a cozy family owned guest house with personal attentive hosts, traditional English breakfasts and home-made offerings, commonly available outside London. The vast majority are small hotels with 20-50 rooms, staffed by immigrants on very low salaries with very simple rooms, seldom lifts and ‘continental breakfasts’. That is not to say that these establishments should be avoided, but there are an awful lot of poor quality ones. The main cheap hotel districts in London are Bayswater, Victoria and Kings Cross. Here you will see lots of these bed and breakfast hotels together in clusters. An ensuite double or twin room with breakfast in these areas could be around 70-100$US. Kings Cross has a very bad reputation, it used to be notorious for drugs, crime and prostitution. That belongs to the past and now it’s a district on the up, the whole area is being rejuvenated. The bed and breakfast hotels are all around a garden square immediately opposite Kings Cross Station. Kings Cross is no more than a mile from the West End, the central entertainment area of London, and there is lots of public transport on your doorstep. Bayswater is on the northern border of Hyde Park, London’s biggest, and within a mile are Oxford Street, Kensington Palace and Paddington Station, (terminus for the Heathrow ....read more
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